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HELP ME PLEASE-STEREO PROB.-

I JUST BROUGHT SOME NEW EARPHONES FOR MY COMPUTER B/C MY AUDIO WASNT WORKIN SO WHEN I CONNECTED MY EAR PHONES TO MY COMPUTER IT KEEP SAYING ITS READY TO USE BUT WHEN I TRY TO PLAY SOMETHING IT DOESNT PLAY

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I'm assuming that these are not the usualy 1/8 inch jack earphones... are these usb earphones? if so (if using xp) check the settings in the control panel/sound and audio devices/audio tab...then in the "sound playback" section, see if the headphones are given as an option...if so select them and hit okay. Make sure that there are no audio applications open when switching. Hope this helps.

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